STONER STREAMS: JULY 2023

CCJ Gabriel
STONER STREAMS: JULY 2023

I get it, there are a million streaming services, and even more new shows and movies being released basically every single day. Well, lucky for you all reading this, and assuming you all get baked, I’ve compiled five things every toker should be streaming this month. From movies, to series, to reality, to stand-up, this is Stoner Streams, July 2023.

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JAY AND SILENT BOB STRIKE BACK (NETFLIX) (JUNE 22)

I’m going to start this month’s Stoner Streams with a throwback that was added to Netflix near the tail-end of June. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back is an iconic stoner flick, starring real life stoner icons Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes. Cheech & Chong, Harold & Kumar, Jay & Silent Bob, these are all names synonymous with pothead bromance pictures, and I’m sure that the majority of people reading this article have already seen one of the many films featuring this particular duo. Basically, it’s about two weed dealers who travel from New Jersey to Hollywood in order to stop a movie being made about characters based on their likenesses. I’m not entirely sure where Strike Back was streaming prior to it popping up on Netflix randomly this summer, but I’m thanking the weed gods that it did!

DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: HONOR AMONG THIEVES (NETFLIX) (JULY 2)

A trippy-ass movie about nerd stuff with dragons and wizards? Count me in. Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves takes place in the Forgotten Realms and focuses on a charming thief called Edgin Darvis, played by Chris Pine. Edgin hooks up with a band of unlikely adventurers and they all embark on an epic quest to retrieve a long lost relic. If you’ve ever played an actual game of D&D itself, then you know how epic and psychedelic each adventure can become. Now imagine said adventure, except you're high as eagle feathers, and you don’t actually have to do anything but sit back and enjoy. Honor Among Thieves dropped on Netflix on July 2, and if you haven’t seen it in theaters already, there’s no place like your own couch with a doobie to view it for the first time.

TOM SEGURA: SLEDGEHAMMER (NETFLIX) (JULY 4)

When you’re blazed, you want to laugh, and nothing scratches that giggly-itch quite like watching stand-up comedy. Whether it be live or from the comfort of your own home, one of the worlds premiere comics and podcast hosts is Tom Segura, who released his latest one-hour special on Netflix. Tom Segura: Sledgehammer covers a variety of hilarious topics like Tommy-Buns' admiration for Brad Pitt, his father’s deathbed confession, and getting high with his mother via THC infused gummy bears. Sledgehammer dropped on the Fourth of July and is something you should be streaming right now. 

SHAUN WHITE: THE LAST RUN (MAX) (JULY 6)

In general, snowboarders love to smoke weed, and none do more than the iconic Shaun White. I mean, Shaun has even tested positive in competition before, which is crazy. You’d think they’d have given him bonus points for doing so well while also being so high, but I digress. The first season of Shaun White: The Last Run was released earlier this month on July 6, exclusively on Max, and follows Shaun as he gears up to qualify for his fifth Olympics. As Shaun recalls his childhood and incredibly supportive family, fans are treated to never-before-seen footage of the Olympian’s dedication to the extreme sport. As implied by the title, the mini-series is focused on Shaun White’s last run, which took place at the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. Even though the results of the competition are readily available and widely known, the real story here is the ungodly amount of support Shaun White’s family has had for him throughout his journey to the top.

MY ADVENTURES WITH SUPERMAN (MAX) (JULY 8)

From non-fictional documentation to fully fictional animation, My Adventures with Superman premiered July 7 on Adult Swim, and then again on the streaming service Max the following day, July 8. Already garnering immaculate reviews from critics and fans alike, My Adventures with Superman is a “soft" anime-style series and a fresh take on something that has been beaten to death the last decade, superhero stories. What never gets old, however, is getting cooked and watching cartoons… that’ll never go out of style. The series delves into the complexities Clark Kent faces while safeguarding his secret identity and dealing with the obligations of being a superhero. Stoners love anime, manga, and comic books — trust me, I would know —  and at least one animated piece of media had to make this list. My Adventures with Superman seemingly combines the best of all three mediums, so make sure you take the time to stream it this summer.

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